A man is behind bars after a shooting at an Orange Mound club.
The shooting happened at Club Memphis on April 24.
Three people were shot, and a security guard died, according to Memphis Police.
One victim went to Regional One with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. The second surviving victim was shot in the arm, according to an affidavit.
A group of people at the club got into an altercation with security guards before the shooting.
A suspect, identified as Donyale Lee, was removed from the club with the group he arrived with.
Lee then made threats to shoot up the club and harm a security guard while he was in the parking lot, according to the affidavit.
Police said that’s when bullets began flying, hitting the victims.
Surveillance video showed someone hanging out the passenger door of a car fleeing the scene, firing shots toward the club.
Lee was identified as the person driving the vehicle, according to police.
He’s charged with Facilitation of First-Degree Murder and two counts Facilitation of Attempted First-Degree Murder.
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